Professional work trousers for a wide range of tasks - functionality down to the smallest fibre!
For forest workers the cut protection has a high priority, here KÜBLER FOREST offers suitable cut protection trousers for cutting and sawing work. For a tiler or floor layer , a floor layer trouser with knee pad is indispensable, which is why many of the KÜBLER work trousers are equipped with knee protection pockets made of CORDURA®. The matching knee pads can be found at KÜBLER under accessories . Occupational groups are often distinguished by different colour schemes for work clothing. A painter wears white painter's trousers, a gardener will tend to dress in green or beige work trousers. A classic in many technical professions is still the blue work trousers. Formerly titled blue overalls, this form of work trousers is a relative of the fashionable dungarees made of denim fabric, just as the short work trousers resemble outdoor trousers and can be used as short functional trousers for outdoor activities in summer.
The work trousers: Many variants, but no real original.
Besides cargo trousers, the classic jeans, inspired by the cowboys of the Midwest, are designed for ranch work and the associated demands for maximum abrasion resistance but still comfortable work trousers. Cargo trousers, on the other hand, originate from the military sector in the 1930s and were intended to offer the highest functionality for the military at that time, but were still always made of cotton and therefore not always optimally suited as work trousers. Nevertheless, this cut form can still be found today in outdoor or simpler work trousers and, with its patch pockets, laid the groundwork for many craft trousers. However, the earliest designation of work trousers has been work bib trousers since the 1950s, because they were widely used in the industry and had advantages in terms of standardised sizes. This meant that many workers had to have less exact waist sizes due to the bib, but this led to airier work trousers - the fashion aspect aside! Later, this was perfected, so that besides waistband trousers, work trousers also have a body-hugging cut.